Guillaume Laforge discusses what "idiomatic" Groovy code should look like, good practices in terms of syntax style, typing preferences and some nice shortcuts to help you be more productive.
Guillaume Laforge is Product Ninja and Advocate at Restlet, and Groovy project lead.
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